Homecoming from King Elizabeth on Vulpiano Records (VULP-0030) is an epic intro to this one-man band from the UK. With influences from post-punk greats like Joy Division and the Associates to psychedelic-tinged music like The Doors and The Stone Roses, listening to King Elizabeth provides not only a complete listening experience, but into the beyond as well. Homecoming is pulled from forthcoming album Obsessive Desires, plus the single release includes b-side Faith. Topics: post-punk, synth-pop
King Elizabeth's MIAMI (VULP-0038) is the follow-up to previous Vulpiano Records release Obsessive Desires (2011). King Elizabeth is a true solo artist, performing all the vocals and instrumentation, beginning in 2002 in Staffordshire, England. With influences including Joy Division, The Cure, U2, Stone Roses, The Associates, Comsat Angels, and John Digweed, the sounds of MIAMI hearken back to the heyday of post-punk and synth-pop, but without forgoing a modern edge and individual style. MIAMI... Topics: dance, electronic
Following single release Homecoming on Vulpiano Records, King Elizabeth's full length album Obsessive Desires (VULP-0032) is out now. A solo artist playing all instruments and performing all vocals, King Elizabeth's adeptness at establishing an atmosphere of vintage post-punk and synth-rock coolness, interpreted through a unique, modern lens. Stand-out tracks like Obsession, Carnival, Homecoming, Hurricanes, and Elusive You profoundly illustrate the variety of moods found on this LP, from... Topics: electronic, post-punk, synth-rock
Book digitized by Google from the library of University of Wisconsin - Madison and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Halstead family, Ogden family Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=0FxPAAAAMAAJ&oe=UTF-8
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topic: King, Elizabeth T. (Elizabeth Taber), 1820-1856 Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=3-qItZvFqUQC&oe=UTF-8
byKing, Elizabeth G.; Sanderson, Brian J.; McNeil, Casey L.; Long, Anthony D.; Macdonald, Stuart J.
This article is from PLoS Genetics, volume 10.AbstractModern genetic mapping is plagued by the “missing heritability” problem, which refers to the discordance between the estimated heritabilities of quantitative traits and the variance accounted for by mapped causative variants. One major potential explanation for the missing heritability is allelic heterogeneity, in which there are multiple causative variants at each causative gene with only a fraction having been identified. The majority... Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4014434
byBurke, Molly K.; King, Elizabeth G.; Shahrestani, Parvin; Rose, Michael R.; Long, Anthony D.
This article is from Genome Biology and Evolution, volume 6.AbstractHuman genome-wide association studies (GWAS) of longevity attempt to identify alleles at different frequencies in the extremely old, relative to a younger control sample. Here, we apply a GWAS approach to “synthetic” populations of Drosophila melanogaster derived from a small number of inbred founders. We used next-generation DNA sequencing to estimate allele and haplotype frequencies in the oldest surviving individuals of... Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3914684
This article is from JMIR mHealth and uHealth, volume 2.AbstractBackground: Adolescent females send and receive more text messages than any others, with an average of 4050 texts a month. Despite this technological inroad among adolescents, few researchers are utilizing text messaging technology to collect real time, contextualized data. Temporal variables (ie, mood) collected regularly over a period of time could yield useful insights, particularly for evaluating health intervention outcomes.... Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4114422